Most Lush Dripping Wet Chorus Pedal?

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CosmicFlight
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Post by CosmicFlight » Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:19 pm

Anyone tried this ?

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deke
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Post by deke » Tue Jun 25, 2019 12:11 pm

I own and really like this one: Walrus Audio Julia Chorus/Vibrato

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Granny
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Post by Granny » Sun Dec 01, 2019 9:16 am

anyone tried this one? the fender bubble chorus?

https://www.guitarfella.com/fender-bubb ... us-review/

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Post by BailyDread » Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:56 am

deke wrote:I own and really like this one: Walrus Audio Julia Chorus/Vibrato
second this... one of the few vibrato pedals which, when set to 100% vibrato, doesn't result in signal loss due to the bucket-brigade circuitry. i think it's due to an internal buffer or some kind of gain boost. My Julia is always on, 100% vibrato, pretty quick rate and very low, almost imperceptible depth. A/Bing on and off... always prefer on. Just a fuller, more exciting sound. i also think that a little dash of vibrato on guitar helps to massage the weird tuning stuff that comes from imprecise guitar intonation.

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how could I forget the CE-2W! The custom vibrato and chorus mode are just PERFECT. Very lush without being in the way. The Waza Dimension chorus is also terrific, although a bit less natural and more "effect"-y. Still sounds terrific and seems to come w/ a bit of a presence boost, or at least that's effectively what happens to the sound.

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